What is a Conservation Easement? 

A conservation easement is a voluntary legal agreement between a landowner and a land trust (Loon Echo) or government agency that permanently limits uses of the land in order to protect its conservation values. Landowners retain many of their rights, including the right to own and use the land, sell it and  pass it on to their heirs. Find out more HERE. 

LELT Conservation EasementYear AcquiredAcresLocation
Berryfield Farm198843Naples
Briar Sands199115Casco
Cold Rain Pond1991141Naples
Helen Allen Farm199161Casco
Maplebrook Farm199360Casco
Lakeview Farm200128Sebago
Eagle Rock200212Harrison
Beaver Pond200410Denmark
Rand Farm2003126Raymond
Pleasant Mountain North Peak200314Bridgton
Pitts Woodlot200539Naples
Pondicherry Trail Easement20090Bridgton
Black Brook Bog2012210Denmark
Pondicherry Park201265Bridgton
Tenny River201428Raymond
Perley Mills Community Forest2015129Sebago
Perley Mills Community Forest20151488Denmark
Tenny River Expansion202125Raymond
Total Conservation Easement Acres 2,597 

Interested in putting a conservation easement on your land? Learn more here and send an email to execdir@lelt.org, call 207-647-4352, or stop by the office.

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